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The Triplets of Belleville Cine-ConcertStrathmore
Thu. Apr 18 The animated French feature The Triplets of Belleville & Charest are back; with Le Terrible Orchestre de Belleville, he recreates live the original score as the film itself is beamed onto the big screen.
Rosanne Cash & BandStrathmore
Fri. Mar 1 Cash’s upcoming release, She Remembers Everything, is highly anticipated follow-up to her triple Grammy winning masterpiece The River and the Thread.
Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of HumanitySignature Theatre
Feb. 26 – Apr. 7 Heidi Thomas Writers’ Initiative work, a brutal and elegant exploration of the unifying virtue of art and what things are most worth saving when the world is collapsing.
Wed. Apr 3 The master of satire and bestselling author of Me Talk Pretty One Day and other satirical gems returns with the acerbic humor, social commentary, and outlandish stories t
Rain: A Tribute To The BeatlesStrathmore
Sat. Mar 2 In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the release of Abbey Road, RAIN will bring the greatest hits to life in addition to all your early favorites.
Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour: featuring Cécile McLorin Salvant & Christian SandsStrathmore
Thu. Mar 21 Cécile McLorin Salvant makes her triumphant return under the banner of the legendary Monterey Jazz Festival.
Ain't Misbehavin': The Fats Waller Musical ShowSignature Theatre
Feb. 22 – Mar. 10 Step into Harlem for a swinging, dancing celebration of big band and the songs of Thomas “Fats” Waller.
Nell GwynnFolger Theatre
Feb. 22 – Mar. 10 This heart-warming and hilarious look at an amazing woman of her—or any—age is “an absolute treat” (The Times).
Mon. Apr 8 She will perform from her latest release of American Songbook classics, The Art of Elegance.
Alan Cumming: Legal ImmigrantStrathmore
Wed. Apr 24 The set list for Alan Cumming’s provocative new concert show is as eclectic and idiosyncratic as Cumming himself.
ConfectionFolger Shakespeare Library
Mar. 4 – 24 Third Rail Projects’ newest immersive experience, Confection, is a rollicking rumination on opulence, inequity, and teeny-tiny desserts. In this 45-minute experience.
National Cherry Blossom Festival: March 20 - April 14, 2019The National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates the gift of 3,000 cherry trees from Tokyo to the city of Washington, DC. Spanning nearly four weeks the festival includes parades, fireworks and performances honoring the lasting friendship between the US and Japan. Events include the Cherry Blossom Parade, Kite Festival, The Sakura Taiko Takeover at the Tidal Basin, and Petalpalozza.
Washington National Opera: FaustThe Kennedy Center
Mar. 16 – 30
Sir András Schiff, pianoStrathmore
Tue. Mar 5
PhilharmonixSixth & I
Sat. May 4
Kronos QuartetSixth & I
Sat. Mar 2
Anoushka ShankarSixth & I
Sat. Mar 23
Washington National Opera: Eugene OneginThe Kennedy Center
Mar. 9 – 29
Chucho ValdésSixth & I
Sat. Apr 6
National Symphony Orchestra: Baroque & BeyondThe Kennedy Center
Mar. 14 – 16
WORLD STAGES: The Last SupperThe Kennedy Center
Mar. 14 – 16
Broadway Center Stage: TommyThe Kennedy Center
Apr. 25 – 28
Christina and Michelle Naughton, pianosTerrace Theatre
Sun. Mar 24
San Francisco SymphonyThe Kennedy Center
Sat. Mar 23